Rahul Mehta’s debut short story collection, Quarantine (HarperPerennial, 2011), won a Lambda Literary Award and the Asian American Literary Award for Fiction. His short stories, which have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, have appeared in the Kenyon Review, Epoch, The Sun, Fourteen Hills and the prize anthology New Stories from the South 2009, edited by Madison Smartt Bell. His essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, the International Herald Tribune and Marie Claire India. Named to Out magazine’s “Out 100” list of inspiring individuals for 2011, Mehta is currently finishing a novel. He has taught at Alfred University and the University of Virginia Young Writers Workshop.
Class Schedule, Spring 2016
|TH||01:00PM - 03:50PM||Adv. Workshop in Short Story|
|M||01:00PM - 03:50PM||Fiction Workshop for Non-Major|
|-||Liberal Arts Ind Study|